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NEMA approves AADCO as new member.

Press Release Summary:

May 24, 2007 - NEMA Board of Governors Executive Committee has unanimously approved AADCO Medical, Inc. for NEMA membership, and AADCO will participate within the Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy Systems Division. Robert L. Marchione, President of AADCO Medical, Inc. said that new product development will involve the control and use of electricity and electronics, and that NEMA institutional membership is beneficial and necessary for the company's progress.

National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) - Rosslyn, VA

Original Press Release

AADCO Welcomed as New Member by NEMA

Press release date: Apr 30, 2007

Randolph, Vermont April 30: The National Electrical Manufacturers Association's (NEMA) Board of Governors Executive Committee has unanimously approved AADCO Medical, Inc. for NEMA membership.

NEMA is the leading trade association in the United States representing the interests of 430 electro-industry manufacturers. NEMA provides member companies a forum for the development of technical standards, the establishment of legislative and regulatory policies, and desemination of industry data.

Domestic shipments of electrical products within the NEMA scope exceed $100 billion.

AADCO will participate within the Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy Systems Division. Sections within the division on X-Ray Imaging Products and Magnetic Resonance are directly related to current and future AADCO product development.

Robert L. Marchione, President of AADCO Medical, Inc. and a 39 year veteran of both the Clinical Radiology Profession and Commercial Imaging Business commented, "The scope and variety of new product development at AADCO will include products that involve the control and use of electricity and electronics. As a products developer, we have evolved to the point where NEMA institutional membership is both beneficial and necessary to our progress. New product offerings such as MRI-SafeÆ Lighting, plug and play ceiling suspension systems, electronic dosimeters, and MRI-SafeÆ patient monitoring systems have made it timely to join the electro-industry leader."